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Not liable for sexual harassment

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    Davies v Secretary of State for Social Security [1994] IT/43819/93 (0 other reports)

Even if the applicant's allegations of sexual harassment were true, the employer, which had a "comprehensive" complaints procedure that the applicant failed to make use of, would have escaped liability by virtue of the defence in s. 41(3) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (SDA), rules a Birmingham industrial tribunal (Chair: M C Delgado) in Davies v Secretary of State for Social Security.